Call Norm today – 417-263-1989
Norm Driska is a Table Rock Lake Fishing Guide who provides some of the best bass fishing on Table Rock Lake.
Table Rock Lake, near Branson Missouri is one of the best fishing destinations in the world. With over 800 miles of shoreline Table Rock Lake is packed to the gills with largemouth, smallmouth, and Kentucky bass. Table Rock Lake is also home to many Catfish, Crappie, and Bluegill.
A day on the water with an experienced fishing guide like Norm Driska can turn a vacation spent fishing, into a vacation spent reeling in your trophy catch. Norm will teach you how to catch bass on Table Rock Lake including proper rigging, proper baits and where to fish based on the time of year. You will be fishing from a modern 20 foot Ranger bass boat powered by a 225 hp Mercury Outboard with Lowrance electronics.
Norm, a local resident, has been fishing Table Rock Lake since the early 80’s. Norm is a Professional Fishing Guide licensed by United States Coast Guard & Insured.
Norm provides all baits and tackle and will pick you up at your resort on the water or meet you at one of the many boat ramps located on the lake
Table Rock Lake
Accessible from multiple public and privately owned locations just minutes to the west of Branson, Table Rock Lake has been delighting visitors and residents alike since it was formed by the damming of the White River in 1958. While visitors can find dozens of places to stay and play along the Para Sailing on Table Rock Lake Branson Mo banks of Table Rock Lake, the area’s commercial developments have placed a high priority on preserving the scenic beauty of the natural shoreline, bluffs, forests and wildlife that inhabit the shoreline.
Table Rock Lake Facts
* 43,000 to 52,300 (approx.) acres of surface area depending on the water level
* 750+ miles of shoreline
* Table Rock Dam and Powerhouse was completed in 1959.
* The dam is 6,423 feet long and 252 feet high.
Table Rock Lake Fishing
Fishing: Acclaimed as one of the top bass fishing lakes in North America, Table Rock boasts an abundance of bass, crappie, white bass, catfish, and bluegill. An aggressive fish management program, resulting in an impressive resurgence of largemouth, Kentucky and smallmouth bass of exceptional size, has allowed the lake to become an exciting stop for hobbyists and professionals alike.
Table Rock Lake offers has some of the best deep clear water fishing in the United States rated one of the top 10 lakes of the US for all types of Bass, Largemouth, Small Mouth, Spotted Bass, Mean Mouth, Tabler1White Bass with the use of artificial baits and live bait. Table Rock Lake Bass Fishing is year round from Mid-March for our pre-spawn fishing, April for our spawn, May for our post spawn topwater fishing not to mention great Small Mouth Bass fishing and June through December for our deep water fishing bite. Anglers can enjoy the summer deep water drop shot fishing with artificial and live bait for Bass, bluegill, and white bass.
LARGEMOUTH BASS: The Largemouth is an excellent sporting fish, and fish in excess of 5 pounds are abundant. You will find them widely distributed around and throughout the lake. (YEARROUND FISHING)
SMALLMOUTH BASS: You will find these fish located at the lower lake and upper reaches of the main tributaries. This breed is also considered the best battler once hooked. (YEARROUND FISHING)
KENTUCKY (SPOTTED) BASS: Are to be found abundantly along the entire lake and main tributaries. They are schooling fish during summer and fall and are also considered real fighters once hooked. (YEARROUND FISHING)
WHITE BASS: Tremendous schools of white bass make annual runs to the upper reaches of main tributaries each spring. (YEARROUND FISHING)
ROCK BASS (GOGGLE EYE): The Schooling fish are usually located in coves and creeks and are very good to eat. (YEARROUND FISHING)